Friday, April 10, 2009

"It's waaaay better than fast food, dude. It's good s__t."

From the Portage Daily Register comes this item about another abberation in the gene pool:

A Wendy's employee faces two years in prison after he was arrested Monday night on drug charges during his late-night shift.
Christoper P. Simons, 18, of Montello, remains in the Columbia County Jail on a probation hold. He made an initial appearance Tuesday in Columbia County Circuit Court on a charge of felony possession of narcotic drugs and misdemeanor possession of THC (marijuana).
Simons was reportedly working at the grill at 11:40 p.m. Monday night at the Portage Wendy's Restaurant, 2920 New Pinery Road, when police responded to a report of employees smoking marijuana in the dining room of the restaurant, according to police records.
Police discovered marijuana in a cellophane wrapper and four hydrocodone tablets in Simons' pockets during a search, according to a criminal complaint.
Simons reportedly admitted he did not have a prescription for the hydrocodone, the complaint stated.
The dining room was closed to customers at the time; Wendy's serves customers at the drive-through between 10 p.m. and midnight.
Simons pleaded no contest in March to misdemeanor charges of theft, criminal trespass to dwelling and criminal damage to property following an incident in June. He was sentenced to four months in jail with work release as part of a one-year probation sentence.
Simons is scheduled for a pre-trial conference on the charges May 13.

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